Breaded Pork Chops - From the Oven

"These chops are tender and juicy with a nice crisp coating. You'll like these!"
photo by Elly in Canada photo by Elly in Canada
photo by Elly in Canada
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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Beat egg with evaporated milk; place chops in milk and allow to sit 5-10 minutes, turning so that each side gets down into the milk.
  • Mix together crushed cornflakes, breadcrumbs, paprika, oregano, garlic, onion powder, salt, black pepper, and cayenne.
  • Take chops out of the milk and coat with the seasoned crumbs.
  • Spray a shallow baking pan with non-stick cooking spray; place chops on pan.
  • Bake chops at 375 degrees F for 20 minutes; turn over and cook 15 minutes more or until juices run clear.

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  1. Lilladyc
    This recipe puts Shake-n-Bake to shame! Followed recipe exactly. Has a perfect blend of spices, and the cayenne pepper is just right for a little "kick". The chops were very crispy, and nice and moist. A keeper!
  2. Lennie
    Excellent! The chops were tender, with a lovely crispy coating. I cheated a bit and used seasoned breadcrumbs, although I did add some of the spices that the recipe calls for, including the cayenne and the garlic. I also added a small amount of thyme, just because I like it. This is an easy recipe that results in a great tasting dinner; I highly recommend it!
  3. Gord27
    I must say I don't usually like anything breaded but I thought I would try these because they sounded really good, but they are better than that. They are scrumpdillylicious, absolutely wonderful. I didn't have plain corn flakes but I did have frosted flakes and maybe they were better because of it. I went a little heavy on the oregano, but next time I'll do better. Just imagine the rating I'll have to give it then, double 5 stars. Thanks for this one, a real dandy. Gord
  4. CrystalA
    O my goodness. These were delicious. I didnt have any corn flakes so I used Special K. Even my 3 yr old ate a whole chop himself. I will definetly use this recipe again. Thanks so much.
  5. Jeanette G husband and I really enjoyed these chops. They were so tender I could cut them with just a fork. I served them along side with a broccoli casserole (recipe # 49640) and they complimented each other very well. Thanks for posting!


  1. Michelle Berteig
    Delicious mix of spices! Since I am currently following a low-carb diet, I substituted 1 cup almond meal for the breadcrumbs and crushed corn flakes and it worked great! Will definitely make again!
  2. hola60617
    Just made this for my family and it was a big hit. The only thing I did different was substitute the crushed corn flakes for Natural Whole Grain bran flakes and cut back on the paprika. Thanks Sue!
  3. wildcat
    Very tasty ! I made this for dinner last night for me and a couple of friends... I had to make a few substitutions with what I had on hand. Instead of evaporated milk, I used heavy whipping cream. In place of corn flakes and bread crumbs, I crushed a cup of corn tortilla chips and omitted the salt. I doubled up on black pepper as I had no cayenne, and threw in a tsp of marjoram with the rest of the spices. Baked for 40 minutes total, flipping once. Crispy outside and tender, juicy inside. YUM ! Thanks for the recipe.
  4. LaLa7
    We loved them! I did not have any evaporated milk and used 2% milk instead. Also, I took out the paprika and cayenne pepper and added some crushed french's fried onions and they were still absolutely delicious and juicy! Definitely one of our new favorites! Thank you Sue!
  5. Bobbawah
    Made this the other night. I substituted panko breadcrumbs for the cornflakes and the regular breadcrumbs. Excellent and not dry at all!


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